xlsStore - for x = 1:length(headers ¾cause there will only...

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function st = xlsStore(ca) %function to read in the file and store the elements into a structure; the %column headers in the .xls file will correspond to the field names of the %stucture, while the data in each column will correspond to the data that %should be stored in the corresponding field of the structure %usage: st = xlsStore(ca) [num txt raw] = xlsread(ca); %gives the num text and raw data from the excel file headers = raw(1,:); %finds a cell array of all the column titles st = []; %creates an empty vector
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Unformatted text preview: for x = 1:length(headers) %because there will only be a certain number of fieldnames, the for loop must run from 1 %to the length of these fieldnames for y = 1:length(raw(2:end,x)) %this for loop will create the necessary number of structures st(y).(headers{x}) = raw{y+1,x}; %this will index the structure and give it the value of the x %header element; then set the particular header equal to the index %of the respective raw cell elements end end end...
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2010 for the course CS 1371 taught by Professor Stallworth during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Tech.

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